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Pics in Full Gear !!!!

Okay so it is spring time and everyone seems to be getting back into the swing of things and getting some new gear so take some pics of yourself in what you wear while riding and post them here.


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Me at my first track day with old 636. My first track day is this weekend with the RR and my new Arai Sete Gibernau RX-7 helmet instead of the Dr's lid.

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daijiro kato helmet #74 ALWAYS! new dainese Redline suit....im ready for the track!
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well, not on my CBR here.... and have upgraded a couple bits since then.

New Arlen Ness Ergo-3 suit. Sidi Vertigo Perf'ed.

I've since got the Vortice, will give them a go soon.

The gloves are probably the next thing. These are the Kushitani GPR5, looking at the GPR6 now.

At some point I'll get a Kushitani suit, but they are a bit pricey, especially with custom bits.... hmm....someday....

Helmet, same X-11 as before. Have since got the same X-11 but in the Red/Black vermuelen which looks cool.... will break that out later in the year.


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Here I am wearing my 2 piece Astar suit for the first time... Oh and yeah, its not a RR.


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daijiro kato helmet #74 ALWAYS! new dainese Redline suit....im ready for the track!








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different bikes different gears :D
dainese laguna seca 2 pc, alpinestars tech 3, spidi titanium , arai xd3, oakley crowbar mx


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well, not on my CBR here.... and have upgraded a couple bits since then.

New Arlen Ness Ergo-3 suit. Sidi Vertigo Perf'ed.

I've since got the Vortice, will give them a go soon.

The gloves are probably the next thing. These are the Kushitani GPR5, looking at the GPR6 now.

At some point I'll get a Kushitani suit, but they are a bit pricey, especially with custom bits.... hmm....someday....

Helmet, same X-11 as before. Have since got the same X-11 but in the Red/Black vermuelen which looks cool.... will break that out later in the year.

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Shark RSR2 helmet, Joe Rocket Honda Jacket, AGVSport Pants, Astars Supertech R Boots, Astars GP Pro Gloves, Have a few other pieces of gear since this pic.

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I like that red line suit.
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SICK helmet hard to come by !

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If the pants are a little long will this be ok?

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^^ hows the venting on that jacket?

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Its great. Keeps me cool for the summer temps in socal. You can feel the air flow through the center vents and it keeps my back dry in the hot day. It def does not keep you warm. There is no liner for keeping warm,but it doesnt get cold here anyway.
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If the pants are a little long will this be ok?

Not sure what you are asking about in terms of being OK, but fwiw when leathers are long, first thing is remember they will go up a bit in a crouch position and second, my A* are long ish as well and on some boots this makes it harder to put on. Sidi vertigo in my case. Also, when all on, you can feel where the suit ends in the boots. Not painful, just something I noticed which may or may not bug you.

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I havent tried them on with my boots yet. Vortices. But it just feels like the kness part is a bit saggy and i pulled that secton up a bit to compensate. Overall they sag about 1-2 inch lower then my knee if i dont pull it up.
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Hrmm, with Sidi Vortice's it might be a bit uncomfortable because of the inner heel padding area. I guess you could pull the pant legs up a bit before inserting your feet so that the bottom of the pants will be at your desired location. But for safety purposes, if the pants don't fit properly, the armor is more likely to move around if you go down But they look snug on you, so you might be okay. Possible to go down a size?

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I havent tried them on with my boots yet. Vortices. But it just feels like the kness part is a bit saggy and i pulled that secton up a bit to compensate. Overall they sag about 1-2 inch lower then my knee if i dont pull it up.

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Cant zise down due to my above average thigh size. It fits snug overall, just the knee sags a bit. But i blame it to the damn bicycing i do. That and being 5"7 asian lol. Just a bit taller and perfect fit. Ill post with boots later after work
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Here's another one of me, this time on the motard at one of the local kart tracks...


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SupremeGC you will need that slack when on the bike or it will paralize your feet on the pegs from the knee pressure.

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SupremeGC you will need that slack whwn on the bike or it will paralize your feet on the pegs from the knee pressure.
Ok cool. I just wanted to make sure it wasnt to much slack, I havent rode in them yet so im just eyeballing it making its somewhat normal
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You will have to play with where the knee pads are adjusted in their pockets as most are adjustable. You have to pull some slack up out of the boots when standing to be correct when in the crouched position on the bike.

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I think as long as the pants come up a little bit to allow to fit inside the boots it will be ok.
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my sp1 suit sagged about 2 inches from knee but when i rode in it they came up, and i wasnt wearing any boots so id say this is a good size for u

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The knees came up with the boots! Feels Perfect now! I can probably move the pants up a tad so that the knee puck is in the correct placement instead of right above the boot.

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